People are convinced that King Charles’ bodyguards have the wrong hands

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It’s not the first time people have picked up on the alleged fake hands and arms (Image: Getty Images/Twitter/TikTok/Sky News)

The new king was out greeting his subjects this week, and some people are convinced that something is wrong with his bodyguards.

Clips circulating online have enlarged the hands of some royal bodyguards, and some believe they are not moving.

They are believed to be decoys for weapons hidden under their cloaks.

There have been rumors over the years that they use fake hands and arms to carry an FN-P90 rifle under their jacket at worst.

But nothing has ever been proven.

People commenting under the videos can’t quite make up their minds and what to believe.

Some believe they are real hands and shouldn’t be questioned, while others are a little more dubious and suspicious of the whole thing.

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Some are convinced the hands aren’t real (Image: TikTok)

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Some people think the strong grip of the hands gives it away (Image: TikTok)

King Charles III meets members of the public queuing along the South Bank, near Lambeth Bridge, London, as they wait to see Queen Elizabeth II lying in state ahead of her funeral on Monday. Picture date: Saturday September 17, 2022. PA Photo. See PA story DEATH Queen. Photo credit should read: Aaron Chown/PA Wire

Charles was busy greeting his new subjects (Image: PA)

Preparations for tomorrow’s Queen’s State Funeral are in full swing.

Mourners are now being told to stay away from the queue as the Queen’s coffin is in state until 6am tomorrow.

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport tweeted just after midday, saying: “The waiting time is at least 13 hours.

“End of line is in Southwark Park.

“The final closing time of the queue will be decided today. To avoid disappointment, please do not wait in line.’

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